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ok, that's pretty cool. long time ago i thought it would be cool if you could parametrize fonts and then tweak them.
damn - that is one clever application... when/$?
It's a great idea (no more typeface licensing, basically), but that demo shows there are still problems... The ink trap sequence for example, tweaking to make the 'n' look right turned the 't' into a Maltese cross. It also showed some weakness at condensing glyphs with rounded parts. Hopefully that stuff can be worked out.
It would be handy to see the tweaking as it applies to multiple glyphs at the same time, rather than one at a time.
- um... you watched all the way through? pretty sure there was a "hamburger" seq > 1:00adumbratesly
- I meant more for default kerning settings, ligatures, specific letter combos.i_monk
So so dope.
Looks extremely promising, any release date?
This will do for typography what photoshop did for design.
Everyone will be a typographer. It's as easy as slide to the right.
That's very similar to Laika, from ~ 2 years ago.
yay, the industry will continue to decline
holy shit. And it was done in processing too
shaddup at take my $$$$!!
There're no Font-editing plugins for Illustrator, are there?
That's the ONE good thing I can recall about Corel Draw - it had a built in fonte editor (at least back in the late 90s it did..)
Bump for sted!
Anyone use this to create their own font?
- can you use it for 1month, pay $15, export tonnes of custom fonts. then cancel subscription? As that would be a decent price to make some custom fonts.shapesalad
- Yeah, will try that. Will share the font here when done :)notype